What is introduction in report writing?
The Introduction tells the reader what the report is about. It sets the project in its wider context, and provides the background information the reader needs to understand the report. The Introduction: introduces the topic of the report in context. explains the problem and/or motivation for the project.
What is report structure?
We can describe the structure of a report in a similar way to that of an essay: introduction, body, and conclusion. You may also be asked to include specific elements in your report, such as a title page, table of contents, glossary, executive summary, recommendations, or appendices.
What is the structure of a formal report?
The main section contains the executive summary, introduction to the problem, an analysis of findings, and conclusions and/or recommendations. The back section contains references and the appendix. Keep in mind that your formal report should be clear and free of distracting language.